- Full NameLil Romeo
- First NameLil
- Last NameRomeo
- Birth namePercy Romeo Miller
- ProfessionRapper, Actor, Entrepreneur, Model
- Birth CityLouisiana
- Birth CountryUSA
- Father NameMaster P
- Father ProfessionFormer Rapper
- Fact TitleLil Romeo
- Filmography["Proud Family","One on One","The Defenders","Charlie’s Angels","Growing Up Hip Hop"]
- EducationUniversity of Southern California
Percy Romeo Miller, professionally known as Lil’ Romeo, is an American rapper, actor, entrepreneur, and model who came to the spotlight with his debut single My Baby in 2001.
He released his self-titled debut album Lil’ Romeo, which peaked at US Billboard 200 no. 6. To date, he has released a total of nine studio albums named Game Time, Romeoland, Lottery, Hip Hop History, and others. Romero is estimated to own net worth of $5 million as of early 2020.
A Short Biography Of Lil’ Romeo
Percy Romero Miller was born on 19th August 1989 in New Orleans, Louisiana, the United States of America to Percy Robert Miller, who is professionally known as Master P. He is an American as per his nationality and has Afro-American descent.
He grew up alongside his siblings Cymphonique Miller (who is an actress), Hercy Miller, Inty Miller, Italy Miller, Mercy Miller, Tytyana Miller, Veno Miller, and Young V.
Miller is the nephew of American rappers Silkk the Shocker and C-Murder and cousin of rapper-producer Mo B. Dick. At a young age of five, Romeo was signed to No Limit’s subsidiary label Soulja Music Entertainment after he wrote a rap to his father.
Romeo enrolled at Beverly Hills High School and later the University of Southern California.
How Much Is His Net Worth?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, he is estimated to own net worth of $5 million as of early 2020. He amassed his million-dollar fortune from his successful career as a singer, rapper, actor, and entrepreneur.
In the United States of America, the median salary in the hip-hop industry ranges around $62,142 annually, whereas, an aspiring actor earns about $48,000 to $67,000 per year. In a similar way, a model can earn around $48,000 to $125,457 per annum.
Moreover, he also owns a house in Calabasas, California, where the median house price ranges around $1,130,400, which eventually rises up to millions of dollars depending on the house location and area.
Let Us Go Through His Short Career Highlights
Miller released his debut studio album entitled Lil’ Romeo on 3rd July 2001 with the hit single My Baby. The album peaked at no.6 on the Billboard 200 and no.5 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and sold over 200,000 in its first week.
His second album, Game Time, was released on 17th December 2002 with singles 2-Way, True Love, and Play Like Us. The album sold 93,000 copies in its first week and 2,500,000 copies by late 2003 and peaked at no.33 on the Billboard 200.
Some of his other albums are Lottery, God’s Gift Music from the Motion Picture, Hip Hop History, Spring, [Fighting Monsters], and [Hidden Treasure].
Here is a list of his earnings from record/album sales throughout the years:
|1995||True with the rap group, TRU||$500,000|
|1997||Tru 2 da Game (with TRU)||$2 million|
|1999||Da Crime Family (with TRU)||$3 million|
Some of his notable film and television series credits are Proud Family, One on One, The Defenders, Charlie’s Angels, Growing Up Hip Hop, Ex on the Beach, and Tales.
Is Romeo Dating Anyone?
The 31-year-old singer-rapper is reportedly single at the moment. He lives a low-key life and rarely mentions his personal life to the public.
However, he has been involved in several romantic relationships in the past. To name a few, he dated reality star Khloe Kardashian, Kaitlin Najjar, Chelsea Hightower, Angela Simmons, Briona Mae, Toneata Morgan, and Serayah.
Apart from his busy life, he is also involved in several charitable works. Back in 2002, Miller took part in a charity event to raise money for medical research and another that gives his fans the opportunity to beat him at his own game.
He, along with his father, organized an event called Game Time at Bar Code in New York, where the Children’s Aid Society invited one hundred needy children, Coalition for the Homeless and Homes for the Homeless. The children were provided with foods, Romeo’s lyricist, free video games for three hours, and many more.
He also led the New No Limit Records team in the third annual T.J. Martell B-Ball Classic charity basketball game, which managed to raise over $80,000 for leukemia, AIDS, and cancer research.